Artist Darlene Natalias Konduc
Alberta born and educated, Darlene Natalia Konduc is always fascinated by
the minute by minute ever-changing landscape.
She captures that moment in watercolors as taught by several professional
and world-class artists. Her paintings are on display in Australia, New
Zealand, Africa, Chili, Romania, England, Ireland, Greece, Mexico, Cuba,
Holland, Columbia, Japan, USA, and Canada.
Darlene looks back on a full career as a nephrology nurse. In fact, she has
been a part of the lives of people living with kidney disease since 1964.
She worked in home dialysis, peritoneal dialysis, in-center dialysis and
spent the last ten years of her career establishing and working at the Renal
Transplant Survelllance Clinic in Edmonton, Alberta.
Darlene says, "My love and passion was working with people living with
In 1996 Darlene traded her nursing career for paint brushes. She presented
Patch Adams with a painting at the Agricom. She has been invited and
attended an exhibition at the Presidential palace in Havana, Cuba - One of
two people ever doing a show in Cuba in 45 years.
She has also supported the Bissell Centre, Habitat for Humanity and Pilgrims
Hospice with fundraisers and art shows. "Spring Break" is her first limited
edition watercolour in support of the Kidney Foundation of Canada and "Following the Light" for Pilgrims Hospice.
"Canvas reveals the beauty my eyes see and my heart feels today, for
tomorrow it will have changed forever."
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